The FCA is proposing to introduce a 'signposting rule' to provide consumers with details of insurance firms that have the appetite and capacity to cover consumers with complex medical histories who may have been declined cover, underwritten with an exclusion or had their premium loaded.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it would be working with stakeholders as part of a consultation, closing 15 September, on how to produce relevant guidance materials for consumers taking out...
‘Devil in the detail’
Expanding the 'regulatory perimeter'
Second report on IHT Review
EU review to be completed this year
'Zoom-bombers' plaguing private meetings
On hearing the news the FCA has relaxed the regulations around the 10% drop notification rule until 1 October, Ray Tubman assesses what this really means for platforms and financial advisers...
FCA board to make decision
Advisers leaving market
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